Kitchen Banquette Seating Idea – If the kitchen is the heart of the home and breakfast is the most important meal of the day, then the kitchen banquette might be the best place to start your day.
Here’s a collection of some of our favorite breakfast banquettes to peruse for loads of ideas. Tell us which one you’d like to have your coffee in!
1. A custom peacock-blue banquette, an Asian silk-screen and peacock-inspired Roman shades make for an elegant San Francisco kitchen nook, designed by Kress Jack at Home.
2. This purple banquette in San Francisco was created by designer Steven Miller. It has a nearly 6-foot-high back that makes a bold statement.
3. Designer Caitlin Moran makes us green with envy for this Santa Barbara, California, banquette. The chairs are from ABC Carpet & Home.
4. A tufted banquette and glass-topped bistro table grace this traditional kitchen designed by Kim E. Courtney.
5. This Boston breakfast nook, designed by Su Casa Designs, includes a custom leather banquette with chrome nailheads. The pendant lighting is from The Urban Electric Co.
6. Designer Benjamin Dhong found the lemon and white linen covering the banquette at Christopher Farr Cloth. The Tabouret Chevre bench opposite the banquette has goat-inspired legs.
7. A butcher block table supported by a single leg and a pendant light from Arteriors are highlights of this Cristin Priest-designed breakfast nook.
8. A linen-covered banquette and armchair surround a metal bistro table in a traditional Atlanta kitchen. The valances and pillows were made from the same Lee Joffa fabric.
9. Two white Knoll bases were topped with a custom wood table to create this bright breakfast nook in San Francisco. A large Hicks pendant light completes the scene.
10. A bright orange wall pops against the charcoal-gray banquette in this Ottawa, Ontario, kitchen. A Numero Suspension chandelier finishes off the look.
11. This traditional kitchen in New York was designed by Kathleen Walsh and conveys a subtle nautical theme. The light blue paint is Nautical Fog by Benjamin Moore.
12. A fresh coat of Creamy Apricot paint from Dunn-Edwards makes for a warm scene in this San Francisco kitchen, set aglow by the Lotus Flower chandelier.
13. Designer Robin Rigby Fisher removed the top of a vintage chrome table and replaced it with marble in this transitional Portland, Oregon, kitchen nook.
14. This white paneled breakfast nook in Providence, Rhode Island, features a curved banquette and an antique table.
15. Interior designer Joni Spear paired a 42-inch copper table from Arhaus and a chandelier dripping with golden beads for this St. Louis kitchen corner.
16. This traditional breakfast banquette in a Brooklyn Heights, New York, brownstone includes custom white cabinets constructed by Hemingway Custom Cabinetry and a smoky glass chandelier.
17. Brentano Fabrics’ Festive Stripe fabric covers the banquette of this San Francisco kitchen nook with incredible views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
18. A custom banquette is paired with an antique table and chair in this Westchester, Connecticut, kitchen corner. The elegant chandelier is from Pimlico Home.
19. A brick wall featuring two black shaded sconces is the highlight of this nautical-inspired kitchen banquette in Toronto, created by c3d Design.
20. A vintage smoky glass pendant from Paris combined with a classic white Saarinen dining table creates a modern breakfast nook in this New York City home.
21. The smooth curves of this custom banquette make an elegant statement in this New York City kitchen. The soothing walls are coated in White Dove by Benjamin Moore.
22. The orange faux-leather-covered banquette pops in this traditional kitchen breakfast area in Pasadena, California, designed by Charmean Neithart Interiors.
23. The mint-green glass lantern pendant from The Urban Electric Co. blends well with the fabric covering the banquette in this Portland, Maine, beach-inspired kitchen corner.
24. The fine woodwork details make this custom booth designed by Goff Architecture a special place for breakfast.
25. Silver is the star of this St. Louis breakfast nook. It covers the banquette and sparkles above in the Starglass pendant.
26. A tufted yellow leather banquette and Barbie doll-inspired art make for an eclectic breakfast corner in New York.
27. Interior designer Jeannie Balsam found vintage wood propellers at a local antiques shop for this patriotic-hued breakfast nook in Nantucket, Massachusetts.
28. A painting of a blue heron relates to the blue and white patterned fabric covering the banquette in this Jacksonville, Florida, breakfast area designed by Andrew Howard.
29. This rustic kitchen corner in England was designed by Figura Kitchens & Interiors. Even the family’s cat seems to like it.
30. This Boston breakfast area is big on views and style. The glass-topped Platner table makes a bold statement and a great gathering spot for the family.
31. Benchmark Wood Studio constructed the breakfast booth in this Grand Rapids, Michigan, home. The banquettes are covered in vinyl for easy cleanup.
32. A marble-topped bistro table is surrounded by a three-sided banquette in this San Francisco kitchen nook designed by Sutro Architects.
33. A table from Global Views and a glass chandelier from Cyan Design are highlights in this Dallas breakfast area.
34. Key-lime-green Baldwin Bamboo wallpaper makes a dramatic splash in this Manhattan kitchen nook.
35. The linen drum pendant from Regina Andrew plays well in this minimalist breakfast nook in Los Angeles.
36. This traditional kitchen in Philadelphia has a collection of blue and red throw pillows lining the back of its built-in banquette.
37. This contemporary Ottawa, Ontario, kitchen banquette created by Design First Interiors features a Bocci suspension lamp.
38. The brightly colored striped fabric that covers the banquette and valance in this Boston kitchen is paired with an Ingo Maurer Campari pendant light.
39. A trio of red lanterns complements the beadboard banquette painted in Benjamin Moore’s Pale Sea Mist in this rustic Seattle kitchen.
40. Interior designer Emily Griffin says she was inspired to design the house around the Mexican kitchen tiles of this Toronto home.
41. Vintage industrial gears and a hammered-steel pendant light are some of the highlights of this Grand Rapids, Michigan, kitchen designed by Francesca Owings.
42. A custom chandelier made from old glass soda bottles makes a fun statement in this Calistoga, California, farmhouse kitchen.
43. Custom windows made by Quantum Windows & Doors Inc. provide a crystal-clear outlook to the Pacific Ocean in this kitchen corner in Kauai, Hawaii.
44. Peter and Madeline Powell created the Lifesaver-inspired art for this modern all-white kitchen in Tiburon, California.
45. A red leather banquette, sea-green limestone countertops and yellow walls make for a bright kitchen corner in San Francisco’s Sea Cliff neighborhood.
46. A combination of Benjamin Moore paints — Green Tint for the banquette and Silver Marlin for the walls — creates a soothing palette in this kitchen on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
47. Designer Lisa Stevens designed a custom bench to fit the back of the kitchen’s island here. The red drum pendants are from the Jacques Garcia collection for Baker.
48. Custom-made shelves and an antique map make this San Francisco kitchen designed by Ana Williamson a practical and stylish spot.
49. The black alcove wall provides a great contrast to the yellow cushioned dining chairs of this Toronto kitchen nook, created by Douglas Design Studio.
50. The large Hicks pendant light is an elegant feature in this monochromatic breakfast nook in New York City.
51. The circular pendant from Shades of Light adds sculptural interest to this Austin, Texas, breakfast area.
52. This light and bright breakfast banquette is in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and was designed by Alvarez-Diaz & Villalon.
53. A rounded banquette covered in a light blue and gold trim is complemented by the similarly hued striped drapes found in this San Francisco kitchen.
54. The custom wood cabinets and banquette of this Washington, D.C., breakfast area add warmth and texture.
55. An existing banquette was dressed up by Knapp Interiors for this eclectic Los Angeles kitchen.
56. Among the many highlights of this elegant Chicago kitchen banquette area designed by Lisa Wolfe is the Sethos chandelier.
57. The tweed-covered Saarinen armchair adds warmth and color to the all-white breakfast banquette in this Philadelphia kitchen.
58. The oversize pendant light and faux-fur-covered stools add instant drama to this kitchen corner in Amsterdam.
59. A 9-foot-long banquette snakes under the bay window of this Washington, D.C., kitchen designed by Ahmann.
60. Snowy outlooks and brick walls make for a rustic yet modern look in this Vail, Colorado, kitchen nook created by Reed Design Group with banquette by CityLiving Design.
61. A cypress wood tabletop, walnut floors, and a Morris hanging lantern are among the highlights of this New Orleans breakfast area designed by Jackson Cabinetry.
62. ANA Woodwork Studio constructed this elegant banquette with matching trim for a breakfast area on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
63. A stained maple post and white Silestone top were used to create the table for this minimalist breakfast banquette designed by Space Architects + Planners.
64. A 4- by 12-foot breakfast banquette was constructed by Zahn Builders Inc. for this Lake Macatawa, Michigan, kitchen. The walls are painted in Butter Up by Sherwin-Williams.
65. A tiled wall, an elegant sconce, and a custom wood banquette are among the highlights of this Brooklyn, New York, breakfast area created by Kevin Dakan.
66. A banquette made from the same wood used for the kitchen cabinets makes for a well-blended breakfast area. A collection of vintage glass electric insulators lines the windowsill.
67. Axial Arts Architecture designed this rustic breakfast banquette for a ranch home located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
68. This breakfast area in Houston includes slate floors and a glass and chrome ceiling fixture from Restoration Hardware.
69. A palette of blues makes for a soothing breakfast nook in Boston. The curtain fabric is from Lacefield Designs, and the wall paint is Woodlawn Blue from Benjamin Moore.
70. A floral-patterned fabric on the banquette and dark teal leather dining chairs make for a sophisticated breakfast nook in Minneapolis.
71. The bright yellow metal Tolix chairs make a bright splash in this otherwise neutral-toned breakfast nook in San Diego.
72. The Pocci Design Group created this cream-toned kitchen eating area that features a custom-made chandelier from Fine Art Lamps.
73. The style makers at Services Rendered Interior Design used a vintage table and chairs to complete this Toronto kitchen eating area.
74. The cream paneled walls, leather-covered banquette, and leather strap chairs make for a handsome breakfast nook in Manhattan.
75. A custom-built banquette in Boston has retro appeal with its chrome table and patterned fabric bench seats.
76. A curved banquette is paired with a glass-top table and floral-print chairs to make a bright and cheery breakfast area for a Los Angeles kitchen. The vintage-inspired light fixture is from Rejuvenation.
77. The tall backs of this banquette table in Indianapolis create a dramatic impression. The Normann Copenhagen chandelier completes the scene.
78. A Colorado breakfast nook with a pavilion-style roof and dramatic views utilizes a curved banquette and an antique round table to create a roomy eating area.
79. An arched ceiling designed by Think architecture Inc., with a chandelier, makes for an elegant breakfast nook in Salt Lake City.
80. Colorful artwork found at Kenise Barnes Fine Art blends well with the modern furnishings of this kitchen area in Auckland, New Zealand.
81. Chunky wood stools sit across from a round dining table and two-toned breakfast banquette that create a stylish look for this Pentwater Lake, Michigan, kitchen.
82. The colorful glass chandelier and Vitra Nelson Sunburst clock are highlights of this breakfast nook in Manhattan.
83. A white Drizzle table from Arper and comical cat-inspired art make for a festive breakfast nook in this Austin, Texas, kitchen.
84. The black and white tile floor, distressed leather banquette, and Wishbone chairs make for a handsome breakfast nook in Toronto.
85. Blue and orange are the accent colors in this ’50s remodeled kitchen area in Portland, Oregon. The two colors are combined in the replica George Nelson Ball clock.
86. The crisp white and subtle gray veins of the marble countertops are imitated by the colors of the breakfast banquette in this Atlanta kitchen designed by Peachtree Architects.
87. A tropical color palette and patterns are featured in this San Diego breakfast area. The countertops are from IceStone.
88. A set of French doors leads to a flagstone patio on the opposite side of this custom breakfast banquette in Orlando, Florida.
89. A collection of rustic round mirrors and a hide rug are among the features of this kitchen eating area in Chicago. The wall paint is Wish by Benjamin Moore.
90. The Forest Garden chair and Docksta dining table are highlights of this modern breakfast nook in Boston.
91. This sunny dining nook invites you in with its light blue, green, and cream hues. It’s part of a larger renovation of a Colonial-style home in Darien, Connecticut, by Robert A. Cardello Architects.